We offer Redfish Charters New Orleans vacation style. We want you to be able to enjoy the best the city of New Orleans has to offer and also have time to come on a world class fishing trip with us. We are just over and hour drive from downtown New Orleans. The scenic drive down highway 23 to the Cajun Fishing Adventures lodge is a great way to get to know the beautiful South Louisiana landscape. So if you plan on taking a vacation to New Orleans soon, we are open and ready to take you on a fishing trip.
The redfish charters New Orleans fishing trip you take with us will feature the all mighty redfish of the Louisiana marsh. Down here near the bottom of the Mississippi River delta we have the most fertile habitat for redfish on the planet. There is literally something for redfish to eat in every pond and bay in our area. Shrimp, crabs, mullet, and minnows are all here for redfish to feed on. That’s why our Venice LA redfish charters are the best in the world.
If you will be flying in for your New Orleans fishing trip we can help you properly pack your fish meat for the flight home. We want you to enjoy your catch over a nice dinner when you return. We have 25 plus years of experience in taking clients from all over the world to catch fish. We know the entire process of how to get your fish home safely.
If you want to spend the night with us we have a world-class fishing lodge. That way you can stay in New Orleans a few nights and then take a break from the city for a day to enjoy the bayou lifestyle.
Contact us today to setup your redfish charters New Orleans vacation.
Louisiana Fishing simply does not compare to anywhere else in the country. It’s all about catching down here and our number one species- the Louisiana redfish is plentiful. We have been catching limits of redfish just about every day lately. We are seeing a good bit of dirty water coming out of the Mississippi but being this close to the Gulf of Mexico and Venice fishing, we can always find clear water. The redfish we are catching right now have been near those clean water areas. We are catching them the most classic Louisiana fishing way- with shrimp or plastic, 2-3 ft under a popping cork. There simply is no better way to catch fish in Louisiana and our clients love it for how simple it is. No matter what your skill level is, we can get you catching fish with a popping cork very easily.
When we take our clients on Louisiana fishing trips we make sure they have a good time. That’s why we study the conditions before the trip and work together as a team to find fish. As mentioned before, the Mississippi River is running high right now so we are having to find the right water conditions with fish. It’s pretty incredible the amount of redfish in the marsh. The river certainly doesn’t hurt them, just changes where they might spend their time. Being a Venice fishing charter service, we have dealt with the river for over 25 years now so we know a thing or two about how to catch them.
Louisiana fishing will stay good throughout the summer. We encourage you to book your dates soon, as our summer schedule fills up fast once the kids are out of school. A Louisiana fishing trip with Cajun Fishing Adventures is a great way to spend time with your kids. Contact us today to book your trip.
CFA has been fishing in Venice Louisiana for over 25 years now. We offer a first-class lodge and charter fishing experience right near the waters of Venice. We catch redfish and speckled trout year round with a keen eye on safety and fun! We want our clients to have the time of their lives so we fish hard and make sure we stay on fish. When you have large team of Venice charter boat captains like we do, you can work together to get results. We have been using our teamwork to our advantage lately to locate fish for our customers.
Captain Cody Obiol recently find a nice school of redfish for the clients on his boat. He radioed a few of our other captains to come get in on the action. That’s one the benefits of fishing in Venice with Cajun Fishing Adventures- we make sure we put our group of qualified captains to work for you.
Spring time fishing is really a special time to go on a Louisiana fishing trip. The weather is warm and nice but not too hot and the fish are fired up with the perfect water temperatures and bait migrations. Speckled trout are starting their spawn cycle so they will be moving out to the saltiest water they can find and we know exactly where that is! Shallow redfish ponds will be clearing up and will make for some fun sight-fishing and Louisiana fly fishing action.
If you are looking for a premier fishing lodge in Venice and Buras Louisiana, Cajun Fishing Adventures is the place. We were voted one of the top 5 fishing lodges in North America by Sportfishing Magazine. We offer all inclusive packages for groups of all size. Over the years we have helped many corporate groups as well as families who want to experience what saltwater fishing in Venice Louisiana is all about. Contact us today to book your trip!
We offer fishing charters in Louisiana and we take it very seriously. This time of year is really great as the weather starts to warm up, so does the fishing. We are seeing a crazy amount of redfish being caught in Venice and Buras right now. The sizes are big too. Lots of big fish. Big redfish make for happy customers and we love to help them make their redfish dreams come true.
There’s no doubt that the Mississippi River Delta is the most fertile inshore fishery on the planet. Just come see for yourself. The way these redfish are biting, there is no denying the force of nature that built this beautiful place. Although the river is super high, we have done this before and we know exactly what to do. We track schools of fish as a team of guides to make sure our customers have a good time in and out. We want to have the best fishing charters in Louisiana so we put in lots of work to make sure we find success everyday!
Not only do we fish hard, but our staff works hard to make sure our lodge and grounds are kept pristine. After a long day of fishing we love to see our customers head back to the lodge for a delicious lunch and some relaxation. We have a pool table, large screen TV, swimming pool and other amenities to keep our customers occupied until dinner.
At dinner we throw down Louisiana style with a big meal for everyone to enjoy. We take our inspiration from the culture and seafood of Louisiana as well as popular Mexican and Central American dishes too!
Come see what a real Cajun Fishing Adventure is all about. It’s a fishing charter in Louisiana experience you will never forget. Contact us today to book your trip. We can accommodate groups of any size. We’ve been doing so for over 25 years!
Here at our Louisiana fishing guide service we are preparing for the spring fishing run. It will be a transitional time as our target species move around to prepare for the summer months. Spring is usually a very good time to fish with Cajun Fishing Adventures. The cool mornings and moderate water temperatures have the fish on the move and ready to feed.
Redfish will be very consistent and as our vegetation grows up in the warm water temps, we will start to see some nice clean water that is great for sight fishing or fly fishing. As a Louisiana fishing guide service we offer fly fishing on a regular basis to clients from around the world. It is a very exciting way to catch redfish as you see them make a move on your fly. Our captains are very experienced at moving into the shallow water to catch redfish on the fly. Book your trip soon if you want to get in on the spring redfish action.
We should also have a decent trout run as the fish start to move out for the annual spawn. We follow the full moon cycles to locate trout. There should also be an influx of shrimp moving in and out from the Gulf of Mexico. Trout take advantage of this shrimp migration and often large schools of trout can be found feeding on shrimp. With our many years experience as a Louisiana fishing guide service we know how to find these schools when the conditions are right.
We are certainly dealing with the high Mississippi River as best as we can. The last few years have produced high rivers so we have started to put a pattern together to help us fish during this time. We are fully prepared to move around to find fish and our clients love the chase as well.
Louisiana fishing charters are always a good time at Cajun Fishing Adventures. We put a lot of work into making sure our business has a lot of success for our clients. It starts with a passion for fishing. Each one of our guides has been operation Louisiana fishing charters for quite some time. Our guides have a vast expanse of knowledge of how to catch fish in our area. They also know how to keep our clients safe and comfortable on their fishing adventures.
Safety is a big key to having a fun day at Cajun Fishing Adventures. Our guides have to navigate the waters safely to get to the productive fishing grounds. It helps to have the best guides around and we no doubt have that. When you are on a Louisiana fishing charter you want to make sure your guide knows everything about the area he is fishing in. The guides at CFA are nothing but the best and safety is a top priority for them.
Another thing our guides have to know to be successful is fish patterns on any given day. Weather changes daily especially during transitional months. Wind direction is a big factor. Tide levels and movement can determine what time fish feed and where they stage up. All of these things have to be taken into account in order to be successful. Our Louisiana charter captains really do understand what it takes to figure out what fish are doing on any given day.
In addition to one of the top Louisiana fishing charter businesses we also have first-class lodging and all inclusive accommodations. Our lodge was voted one of the Top 5 fishing lodges in North America by Sport Fishing Magazine.
We would love to show you what Cajun Fishing Adventures’ Louisiana fishing charters is all about. Contact us today to book your trip.
Captain Ryan Lambert’s Louisiana duck hunting dream began more than 30 years ago. Captain Ryan began hunting and fishing in Buras and Venice, Louisiana at that time. With its abundance of redfish and trout and ducks of every species, Ryan knew the Mississippi River Delta had was the key to helping him build one of most visited hunting and fishing lodges in the United States. Fast forward to today, and Captain Ryan and his crew at Cajun Fishing Adventures shows groups from all over the world the beauty and bounty that Venice and Buras have to offer.
This Louisiana duck season has surely had some ups and downs, but we are more fortunate than most people. That’s why we maintain leases on the prime duck hunting grounds near the Mississippi River. Venice and Buras are just the place the ducks want to be and that’s why we put our customers on awesome hunts year in and year out.
The key to success in Louisiana duck hunting is preparation. The ducks change their patterns almost daily. The pond they want to be in might change every few days. That’s why we put in our time scouting and brushing blinds. We want to make sure we hunt where the ducks want to be. We also want to be well hidden so the ducks will decoy better and give our customers the best shot opportunities. After our hunts, our guides cut natural vegetation for the next day’s hunt. We want to be fully prepared when it is time to hunt again the next morning.
Our Louisiana duck hunting trips book up fast so we highly recommend booking far in advance. It’s never too early to book your trip for next season. We’ve had a tremendous season so far and we would love for you to contact us to come next year.
Recently, Louisiana fishing guide Jay Winters took his daughter Morgan for a little Daddy and daughter time. The fall and winter are very busy for Louisiana charter fishing, but Jay made the most out of his day off to take Morgan to catch some redfish.
The fishing has been outstanding in Louisiana this fall and winter. Just this week we saw 70 degree temperatures. When it does get cold here, it doesn’t last long which is why our fishing stays good throughout the winter.
With a few days left of Christmas break, Captain Jay took Morgan out to target the redfish he has been taking his clients to catch. While Jay loves his job as a charter captain, and loves taking out clients for a good time, there’s nothing better than seeing his daughter go toe-to-toe with some hungry redfish. That’s really what it’s all about down here in Louisiana- spending time fishing in the Louisiana marsh and passing on the tradition of Louisiana duck hunting and redfishing.
As a Louisiana fishing guide, Captain Jay Winters thinks the great fishing will continue all the way until Spring. He recommends clients to check the dates for Mardi Gras this year so that they can come fishing with Cajun Fishing Adventures and also experience the Carnival season with parades and Louisiana Cuisine.
If you stay with us here at our Cajun Fishing Adventures lodge, we will treat you to a first class experience. Our redfish in Buras and Venice is second to none and the quality of our lodge and meals keeps customers from all around the world coming back.
Another reason to fish with us soon is that the crawfish are slowly coming in season. If you have never had the joy of eating a fresh batch of boiled crawfish, you are missing out. Contact us today to setup your Louisiana fishing guide trip with Cajun Fishing Adventures.
It’s the Louisiana duck season and many hunters across our state have been disappointed with the amount of ducks around. Duck numbers are down for many species and migration patterns are changing due to a number of factors. With all that being said, we are very fortunate at Cajun Fishing Adventures to have access to prime duck hunting territory. Our leases are situated right along the Mississippi River in Buras and Venice duck hunting meccas.
The nutrients from the river create productive duck ponds that we manage for increased client success. We know that the more work we put into our hunting property, the better off the hunting and the ducks will be. We build blinds based on where the ducks want to be and we brush our blinds often to make sure we are well hidden. We limit access to our leases as to not disturb ducks when we are not hunting. We want the ducks to get comfortable on our property so that when we go to hunt them they will be there. When you hunt as many a Louisiana duck season as we have, you learn a few things about how to best manage your property.
With duck numbers lower than normal, we’ve seen a drop off in harvest numbers. However, we are taking advantage of weather patterns to produce results for our clients. We like to hunt on windy days and catch the ducks as they come into the ponds from the open bays and the Gulf of Mexico. As the wind picks up, so does the wave action on the open water. Ducks do not like to sit on rough water so they seek the safety of our duck ponds. This Louisiana duck season has proven windy days to be our best.
We still have open spots available for duck hunts. Contact us today to book your hunt. We have lodging and meals available too!
At Cajun Fishing Adventures we know what redfish tactics for winter to use. Our owner, Captain Ryan Lambert began fishing redfish in Buras and Venice over 30 years ago. Over that time he has put together a vast amount of knowledge of redfish in Louisiana. As more redfish guides starting working at Cajun Fishing Adventures, we were able to combine everyones knowledge and experience to come up with some tried and true tactics for winter redfish.
One of the things we do is pay attention to water temperatures. The lower water temperatures tend to push redfish into water 5 foot or deeper. This is because warm water is more dense than cold water and it sinks to the bottom in winter. When fishing for redfish in deeper water in winter we like to use weighted jig-heads and fresh market shrimp. We find that the smell of market shrimp helps to attract fish. But if fish are actively feeding we like to use plastic cocahoe baits.
We also know that as the day goes on, the sun comes out and warms up the water. We often see redfish move into the shallows when this happens. We try to pay close attention to the water temperature as the air temps rise. Even a slight jump in water temps can send redfish out into the shallows. Here they can warm themselves up in the sunlight and chase baitfish doing the same thing.
In addition to catching redfish in winter, we also know how to keep ourselves warm and comfortable. The best thing we can do, and encourage our clients to do, is to layer up. The boat ride will always be the coldest part. Even on a mild day, the boat ride can get pretty cold as we will be traveling upwards of 40mph in our boats. We recommend a base layer of blue jeans and a sweatshirt with an insulation layer and a windproof set of pants and jacket. That way, when it does warm up later in the day you can fish in your sweatshirt and jeans but still have your other layers for the boat ride.
If you have any questions about our winter redfish trips, please contact us today. We have openings for the rest of 2018 and would love to take you on a redfish trip.